BIO

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saachisen, a.k.a. Saachi Sen, is a songwriter of many worlds. Born in India and raised in London, an engineering grad and ex-chapel-chorister, her lyrical music blends choral and classical influences into a distinctive alt-pop sound.

 

Her writing has earned her several accolades, including a semi-finalist place in the International Songwriting Competition, a Long List position in Glastonbury’s Emerging Talent Competition, and PRS for Music’s prestigious Lynsey de Paul Prize for female songwriters. Her music has additionally featured on multiple BBC Introducing shows and gained national press recognition, premiering in the likes of Atwood Magazine and Get In Her Ears who praised her ‘stirring alt-pop anthems’.

 

A past resident artist at Camden’s Roundhouse, Saachi’s live career covers festivals like Frank Turner’s Lost Evenings II and the main stages of Cambridge Big Weekend and Elderflower Fields, plus popular London venues like O2 Academy Islington, the Camden Assembly and Oslo Hackney (supporting emerging pop star Rothwell and fusion composer Soumik Datta respectively.) In her biggest gig to date, she performed in Trafalgar Square to over 10,000 people at Pride in London 2019.

 

Saachi’s new solo project saachisen represents a culmination of years of musical exploration in the quest to find her one true sound. Her new single The Gap is grand-piano led with lush vocal harmonies and was recorded at the studios of Apple Music’s label Platoon, together with engineer Ramera Abraham (Little Mix, Adele) mixed by Amanda Merdzan (Tom Walker, Freya Ridings).  

 

Find out more on her socials or get in touch via saachi.sen@gmail.com